Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is in Omkareshwar to attend the meeting...
On Tuesday, Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan headed the cabinet meeting in which important decisions were taken. From encouraging yoga to opening 7 new universities in the state, here are all the key decisions and approval taken.
6 Key Decisions Taken During MP Cabinet Meeting
1. Establishment of Private University
A draft has been prepared and approved under the Madhya Pradesh Private University Amendment Bill 2022 in the meeting.
As per the proposal, the state will have new private universities in Bhopal, Shivpuri, Sehore, Indore, Dewas, and Gwalior.
The proposal will be now presented in the monsoon session of the Legislative Assembly 2022. Here are the name of the universities to be established:
- Prestige University Indore
- TIMES University Bhopal
- Preeti Global University Shivpuri
- LNCT Vidhyapeeth University Indore
- Amaltas University Dewas
- Aryavart University Sehore
- Vikrant University Gwalior
2. Waive Interest on Recovery of Mineral Revenue
In the Cabinet Meeting of MP, a resolution plan to waive interest for recovery of outstanding mineral revenue of Rs 60 Crore was also approved. The interest amount exceeded Rs 150 Crore.
3. Campaign on the Occasion of the Prime Minister's Birthday
Before the Cabinet Meeting, MP’s CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan gave instructions to all the ministers and officers to run a special state-level campaign.
The campaign will start on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthday i.e. 17 September and will run till 31 October.
However, the main aim of the campaign is to find eligible beneficiaries around the state who are left out of the center and state government schemes so far.
The campaign will have two phases and all the information regarding the campaign will be given through a separate portal.
4. Rs 10 Lakh Incentive to Priyanshu Rajawat
MP government will give an incentive of 10 lakh rupees to Priyanshu Rajawat from Dhar. The 20-year-old badminton player was a member of the Indian team who won the gold medal in the Thomas Cup.
The tournament was held in Bangkok in May in which India clinched a historic win and became the first Indian men’s badminton team to become the champion.
India defeated 14-time champions Indonesia in that match.
5. Approval to Sell Parts of Crashed Aircraft
The Finance Government has approved the proposal by the Aviation Department to sell the damaged parts of the Bell-430 helicopter. It crashed in 2003.
The Cabinet also approved the proposal of recruiting computer operators in the Food Department.
6. Constitution of Yoga Commission
The cabinet approved the decision to constitute a 5 member commission to promote yoga activities in the state. All the members appointed will be non-official and have a tenure of five years.
The commission will also have members from the government from the following departments:
Additional Chief Secretary, Principal Secretary of the Department of School Education, Higher Education, Technical Education, Medical Education, Social Justice, Sports, and Youth Welfare, Tribal Affairs, SC, Backward classes and Minorities Welfare
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